Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Tsubaki Oil Extra Conditioner (Pure Camelia Oil)


Enough is enough. Enough of Brand A, Brand B or even Brand Z commercial conditioners for me. Seriously, I had put a major big full-stop to brands which I think are more suited for flowing hair, butts lifted up by corset, wonder bra cleavage and supposedly sweet young lolly dollings. Face of course is debatable. Beauty apps does it all, as if I don't know please, honestly, these dolls can take you for a joy ride on their hair beauty as well if you are slyly naive as them. But mind you, these dolls are so in demand by brands. Watch the advertisements and you will know what I mean. How sad! Beauty or even hair beauty is all about age. Anyway, lets just forget it because its no longer a head full of hair for us ladies in our fifties (Deesse's Elujuda Hair Oil & Revlon Uniq Hair Treatment). Grey I reckon is already our hair shade, I am into hair coloring too, I must also mention about my hair as dry as road side grass due to aging and already dried up long time ago eggs. The reality and nothing more to accepting the fact that our hair has aged with us. Of course, go ahead, I won't stop you. What are hair transplant centers for? Have money can literally fix anything. Hair on your head and even hair down there.   

I on the other hand, albeit I do have a choice to withdrawing my savings, who said I can't beg, borrow or steal for hair transplant additionally, to tell you the truth, I am enjoying this whole thing and every bit of aging gracefully. Worst come to worst, there are always hair wigs or hair extensions, and if bald men are massively in demand regardless of age, why not us women? Having said that, for the time being, I am valuing my whats left of it hair and when there are pretty much bountiful choices to other hair conditioners. Call it the market movement for I think women like me, I have for your information moved on to charging my hair positively with this Tsubaki Oil Extra Conditioner I picked up from Guardian (Lakme 9 to 5 Lip & Cheek Color) which by far has been doing greatest hair conditioning good. Tested and tried for the last three months. 
Tsubaki Oil Extra Conditioner (Pure Camelia Oil) 
Tsubaki Oil Extra Conditioner is blended with first-pressed pure Camellia Oil extract to deeply cleanse the scalp and tackle dry and frizzy hair, keeping hair moisturized. Thoroughly repairs hair from the core and prevents friction, keeping hair smooth, moisturised and shiny from the roots to the tips. Contains 5 kinds of plant-derived beauty ingredients - Camellia japonica leaf extract, Lecithin, Hypericum erectum flower/leaf/stem extract, Chamomilla recutita flower extract, Saxifrage sarmentosa extract. 
Honestly, in every count, I can’t be hair happy me. Soothing and calming to my senses smell, really pleasantly pleasing, packaged in a bright wow pink bottle and ingredients clearly listed on it, are you right now asking me if this plastic bottle is sturdy or hardly? Shall I lie? No way Nava K. How about you testing it? Get a bottle and throw it really hard on your bathroom floor? I really can't tell if it will crack m because bottle is yet to slip off from my hands. But I can assure you that pump for dispensing this creamy, white and of a thick consistency conditioner won't let you down. To use Tsubaki Oil Extra Conditioner (Pure Camelia Oil), oh god! Any hair fool is better fool then fools who pretend they have never used a conditioner before.  
How many pumps do you need? Depends. Depends on your hair length and thickness, but more does not mean better. Common sense I believe will prevail once you start using. For me, I need most to most, two pumps, prior to gently rubbing Tsubaki Oil Extra Conditioner with both my hands and then running my fingers from atop till the bottom of my hair, without over applying on my scalp. Over apply or over massage, it will be the road to itchy scalp. 
Moreover, it is not a leave-on or leave-in conditioner. Make sure you rinse thoroughly, followed by towel drying and whether you are hair dryer friendly or not, that's up to you. For me, hair dryer is a taboo, unless if I am rushing, neither do I need hair spray, hair oil or hair mist when Tsubaki does it all for locking in hydration and nourishment. More importantly, for taming my shrew hair. What else can I ask for? You tell me. Tsubaki Oil Extra Conditioner no doubt is pricey (RM40.90), yet it is social media worthy and no worries to it unfollowing you like those traitors and cheaters. Once Tsubaki is yours, it will take you through for the next at least 3 or 4 months, maybe even more, for three times in a week use. Will I repurchase Tsubaki Oil Extra Conditioner again? I really can't say. Nothing is guaranteed nor assured. Who knows, at the rate my hair is dropping, I may not even need a conditioner.    









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5 comments:

  1. I use coconut oil, black cumin seed oil and castor oil for my hair...this tsubaki oil seems really great too.

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  2. Wow, didn’t realize your hair is so long already! Love the silky texture! coxo

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  3. Good to know that this conditioner locks in moisture

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  4. Your hair looks so shiny and vow after using it.. A winner indeed!!
    Conditioner is a must for hair to be frizz and tangle free post every shampoo session

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  5. You have beautiful colored hair :) I am using TBS conditioner these days. This one looks nice! Lovely review <3

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